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Inspired by the line of American Girl dolls, a USC Dornsife student draws on her love of children’s fiction for her senior project.
A startup created by two USC students has been selected for this year’s South by Southwest tournament in Texas.
Appearing under a spotlight at the Ground Zero Performance Café, Greg Grabarek wields a microphone on the small stage.
Many PhD students find the dissertation writing process taxing enough to inspire a break after graduation, but Elizabeth Cantwell hasn’t broken her stride.
Huey Lu wants his name on your radar — or, more accurately, on your attire. “Just think: Huey Lu and Jimmy Choo,” said the aspiring fashion designer.
Emily Sagardia likes to put a smile on people’s faces, and she’s discovered that a career in health care is a great way to do it.
Reid Lidow, a senior with a double major in international relations and political science, has been awarded a highly competitive Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
A class of USC Price graduate students traveled to São Paulo to explore the housing provisions and make recommendations based on experiences of other major metropolitan areas as part of the 2014 Brazil International Lab.
It pains me to say that, although I love food, I am probably the worst cook ever.
Thanks to the modern world of smartphones and at-your-fingertips technology, there are plenty of USC-tailored apps to make the day a bit easier for Trojans.
An anonymous $20 million gift will endow student support at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, the USC School of Social Work and the USC Marshall School of Business.
Inside a dormitory room at Fluor Tower, John Marot unpacked a cardinal T-shirt emblazoned with the words in gold: Trojan Family Member Since 2013.
Boxes, bags, teddy bears and more. USC students moved in to their new digs, kicking off Welcome Week.
To USC’s Karina Casillas and Sabha Salamah ’12, art is a language — a language quashed in Los Angeles for a decade. So they decided to do something about it.
USC’s annual Move-in Day brought smiles, tears and everything in between, as the incoming class of freshmen left the proverbial nest to settle into what will be their new homes for the coming year.
Public health students at USC will be attending the 65th World Health Assembly next week in Geneva, Switzerland, as delegates for the Union for International Cancer Control.
Nearly 46,000 accomplished high school seniors from every U.S. state and 123 other countries applied for an estimated 2,650 places in this fall’s entering class of USC.
Thanks to the work of Joenique Rose, the USC Volunteer Center is sending more than 150 students to 10 domestic and international sites for an Alternative Spring Break week of service, culture and memories.
Undeterred by the fiercest Santa Ana winds to hit Southern California in a decade, USC students adorned Founders Park with balloons and handed out red ribbons in recognition of World AIDS Day on Dec. 1.
For the 10th year in a row, USC counted more international students than any other American institution of higher education, according to the annual Open Doors report released on Nov. 14 by the Institute of International Education.
It’s Monday at 6 a.m. and Arin Ghosh’s phone is already ringing. After all, while the day is just beginning in Los Angeles, for his business contacts in New Delhi, it’s 7:30 p.m., and they are eager for updates.
At USC’s Career Fest 2011, five days of panels, workshops and presentations held Jan. 31 through Feb. 4 exposed students to both the practical and philosophical sides of choosing a job.
USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development doctoral student Yiming Wang recently won the Springer Award for outstanding paper in the field of regional science for his essay, “Decomposing the Entropy Index of Racial Diversity: In Search of Two Types of Variance.”